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A Python framework for event-driven architectures.

Project Description


The Python eda module provides a framework to create Python applications in Event-Driven Architectures (EDAs).


The module provides the following major features:

  • A syntax to declaratively specify event types and their structure.
  • Local implementations of an enterprise message bus, using threads (for single-process architectures) or processes.
  • An interface specification of the enterprise message bus; allowing additional, more mature implementations (using for example, Apache Apollo).
  • A framework to quickly prototype and deploy services.


To install eda, run the following command in your terminal:

$ pip install eda

Alternatively, you may clone the GitHub repository to install the latest development branch. This method provides the following options:

  1. Run python3 install.
  2. Run make links. This will create symbolic links in the systems’ Python library directory. Provided as a conveniance when developing the module in cooperation with other packages or applications.

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